According to a report by Wrestlenomics, last week’s AEW Full Gear managed to get a total of 145,000 PPV buys.
These numbers are down from the last PPV even as AEW All Out managed to get 205,000 estimated buys. However, AEW Full Gear 2021 still becomes the AEW event with the second-highest PPV buys. It topped AEW Revolution that had 135,000 PPV buys.
These numbers are an early estimate and reflect all worldwide buys, live and late, digital and traditional. Since traditional cables and satellite distributions report no longer, the actual number will vary.
The 145,000 PPV buys generate an approximate revenue of $7 Million. After splitting the amount with distributors, AEW will get the approximate amount of $3 Million from the PPV event.
AEW Full Gear took place last Saturday which featured Bryan Danielson winning the World Title Eliminator Tournament and Hangman Adam Page defeating Kenny Omega in the main event to become the new AEW World Champion.